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Powerdyne Nylon Quad Skate Plates

PowerDyne Plates & Frames

Durable black nylon plates with polished metal trucks for an exceptional performance.
Accepts adjustable toe stops, toe plugs, or fixed toe stops.

  • Durable black nylon plates with polished metal trucks
  • 15 Degree Action. 8mm Axles.
  • Accepts adjustable toe stops, toe plugs, or fixed toe stops

Product Reviews

(11 Ratings, 6 Reviews) Average Rating:
Broke after 10 times out
Kyle (Texas) 6/14/2012 11:29 PM
I've been happy with these plates, until tonight. I skated about 10 laps tonight before the front stabilizer bar on the front truck snapped into. The front wheels turned sideways and I took a pretty nasty fall. Be careful and check for cracks!
Good for light skating
Lisa (NC) 5/6/2010 3:59 PM
These plates came on my 126s and I didn't mind them at first. Until I busted three out of four pivot cups in less than two weeks (having owned the skates for less than two months). I thought it was because I was skating hard (a lot of jumping, preparing for derby tryouts), but it turns out to be a common problem with some of the Powerdyne plates. The trucks have some rough edges that pierced and ripped the pivot cups. The problem was solved by using a Dremel to round off the rough edges. All in all, not a big problem, but I've skated most of my life and never busted a pivot cup before so it was a tad annoying. I have also seen these plates split from derby so I wouldn't advise them to anyone that will be skating in more aggrestive styles.
love the plate, but.......
tina (n.y.) 4/9/2010 3:43 PM
I have these plates on my 265's. I'm 5'2" and 150lb. I'm a jammer and practice 2-3 times a week. I love how these plates performed for me for the first year and a half until they cracked from side to side right where the king pin goes into the plate.
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mike (va) 8/26/2009 10:47 PM
nice plates! there priced to low if you ask me,iam boot size 11 185 pounds,i like them they do pretty good,nice solid and stiff,a plastic plate is a plastic plate,unless you spend 185.00 and get the laser plates you may see some difference...was a little scared at first but now very happy...
Jessica (Illinois) 8/21/2009 9:52 PM
These plates are light and they are fine for just a casual stroll around the rink, but they aren't exactly durable. But then again, nothing plastic really lasts that long anyway.
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